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revised What is the difference between the negative forms -ず and -ぬ?
fix typo
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revised Japanese/Chinese numbers usage timeline
fixed typo
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Apr
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revised List of Japanese counter words
updated after comment about rabbits
Apr
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comment List of Japanese counter words
@MarkHosang- Ah, for rabbits, yes I am familiar with that. Your original comment makes it sound like 羽 is correct for, say, dogs and fish. I'll update my answer a little.
Apr
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comment List of Japanese counter words
@MarkHosang Would you send me a source for 匹 being grammatically incorrect? I would definitely think it were ungrammatical if someone said さかな二羽.
Apr
16
revised List of Japanese counter words
reformatted list and ordered it by frequency of use.
Apr
16
comment Stroke order for left and right
Would you post a link to the Tomehane book you mentioned?
Apr
16
comment Japanese/Chinese numbers usage timeline
I added more detail to my question. I did not want to know about the word "八百長", but about the historical usage of Sino-Japanese numbers.
Apr
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revised Japanese/Chinese numbers usage timeline
added way more detail
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Feb
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comment What is the proper pronunciation for 十分/10分? じっぷん or じゅっぷん?
I've read that じゅ is naturally pronounced as じ in this context, not just for the word 十分. This kind of fluctuation/disagreement is natural.
Feb
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comment Why do English sources for learning Japanese leave out pitch?
Although it bugs the crap out of me, I'm afraid that the answer to this question may be that textbooks provide a "good enough" pronunciation that people can be understood. I really wish that all text books listed it with the vocab though; I've known Japanese people to pick out gaijin recordings based on the pitch accent of a few words! Fortunately, there are dictionaries. This site lists pitch accent with entries. A lot of people one for their Casios, too.